This original Confederate one dollar note is in good condition and was engraved by Keatinge & Ball. Columbia S.C. On the front is the portrait of the junior senator from Alabama, Clement C. Clay. Click the preceding link to learn about Clement C. Clay. It is dated February 17, 1864 and is hand numbered in black ink "77137". The paper is light tan in color with creases, corner folds, wrinkling, edge nicks, and minor smudging. Borders are present on three sides. Along a horizontal crease running the length of the note are several pinholes, but are tiny and only visible if held up to a light. The rear is blank. This note will come in a clear acid free envelope for preservation and display. It will be an excellent addition to any Civil War currency, campsite, or general relic collection. Ref. Criswell T-71.
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